I am wondering if i am able to have some assistance trying to achieve an overclock on my system please?
Ideally i would like to get a 5.1ghz all core on my CPU and i am no longer able to boot into Windows with XMP enabled. this used to work but i think the issue started happening since i upgraded my BIOS to 1502.
if someone has some time to assist i would really appreciate it, i am quite new to Overclocking and am running into issues and seem to struggle to get things stable. i am thinking i would like to get my XMP working first and then try achieve the CPU OC?
My parts are below:
Case: Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL (ROG Certified) Aluminium Midi-Tower - Black Motherboard: ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI EXTREME Motherboard CPU: Intel Core i9-9900KS Processor Memory: G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory Model F4-3200C14Q-32GTZR PSU: Corsair HX 1000i Hard Drive: Samsung Evo Plus 2TB and 1TB NVME, also two Crucial SSDs for data storage and temp volumes) Video Card: Currently have a 1080 TI in here from out of my old Rig, i am waiting for the 3080 TI to come out and ill replace with that Cooling: Corsair Hydro X custom loop (my first water cooled build) Radiator Fans are 3x ML120 and case fans i have 7 LL120 Fans. bottom 3 are set as intake side 3 and rear fan are exhaust. prob would have had the side as 3 intake as well but i didnt want them in reverse because they just dont look as nice lol
Have you tried the AI OC feature that comes with the Z390 chipset from ASUS ROG mobos? When I used it in both 1401 and 1502 the 1502 gave my Maximus XI Extreme about 5% better OC.
If you press F11 in the UEFI the AI OC guide will come up and you can run the automatic AI OC feature from there. I suggest this because once your system has been scanned for its potential OC parameters, it will set those parameters and then you can see what % OC you can get and in the UEFI you can tell what multiplier you system is set to for "no load" and "under load", just to get an idea.
Caution I am not certain if the AI OC feature utilises the XMP profile for your RAM, i think you can tell from the Main window in the UEFI? If it doesn't then you might be able to also set an XMP profile on top of the AI OC for experimentation, but i am not certain if this is doable or recommended, hence for caution. Hopefully a member with experience in this particular area can chime in.
so what happenned when you set up AI OC? Did the ROG Boot screen show any OC %? What is the best OC CPU multiplier and CPU/RAM voltage etc. are you able to achieve with a stable system? Did you try ARNE SAKNUSSEMM suggestions?
XYchromosone wrote: so what happenned when you set up AI OC? Did the ROG Boot screen show any OC %? What is the best OC CPU multiplier and CPU/RAM voltage etc. are you able to achieve with a stable system? Did you try ARNE SAKNUSSEMM suggestions?
Hi, sorry for the delay in reply, i use my gaming PC as my work pc since recent events have me working from home so often testing or downtime isnt as quite as i would have liked.
i was working with Arne via messages and tried all possible things with him, possibly faulty memory perhaps when i dont use XMP my system is stable and no issues as soon as XMP is enabled BSOD's either just when logging into Windows or during Realbench tests.
i have tried 3 differnt BIOS version (currently on 1302, but also had 1401 and 1502 installed for testing)
by memory when doing the AI OC this is similar to what i experience when enabling XMP.
in my BIOS my cooler is given a score of 194
also has the following non AVX V req for 5000 mhz is 1.221v AVX v req for 5000hmz 1.266v cache v req for 4300mhz is 1.118v
then has next to it for max.
MAX nonAVC stable 5129mhz max avx stable 4975 mhz max cache stable 4988 mhz
i may as well put the latest BIOS version back on since that seems to have not been causing the issues or wait for ASUS to release a new one and hope for the best.
i havent yet but tempted to OC the CPU and leave XMP off on my memory and see if that is stable?
have started contact with g.skill around RMA for the memory to see if that is an option but that is a slow process by the looks of it..